Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra receiving new software update, adds GPU driver self-upgrade function

by Sheetal

In August 2020, Xiaomi launched the Mi 10 Ultra with a 6.67-inch curved OLED display, equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chip, 16GB of RAM, and 512GB of ROM, and the retail price starts at 5299 yuan.

Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra is now receiving a new software update in China. This update brings some optimizations and new features to enhance the user experience.

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The new update added the GPU driver self-upgrade function and optimized the functions of the device. It also fixes some known issues to provide a better experience.

The software version of the new update is MIUI V12.0.15.0.QJJCNXM and an update package size is 519MB. This update is a stable update that’s rolling out to all the users of this device in China.

This update also fixes the noise issue that could be heard when the screen was turned off in some cases. Below you can check the changelog of this device.



  • Added GPU driver self-upgrade function


  • Optimize the automatic backlight dimming strategy to improve the response speed of backlight adjustment.
  • Fix: Noise could be heard when the screen was turned off in some cases.
  • Fix: Screen skipping and electronic control failure.


  • Optimizes the back tap function.

Previously, Mi 10 Ultra users received an update with version MIUI V12.0.13.0.QJJCNXM. As per the feedback from the users, this version has several issues including WeChat external playback, disconnection, and more are still unfixed.

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Some Mi 10 Ultra users also reported that the Screen color style will be reset after each restart. In the default adaptive mode, the battery life problem seems more serious. We can expect the next version might solve these issues.


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